Based on the same book
based on a film
Marnie says "You Freud, me Jane", which is a variation of the line "Me Tarzan, You Jane", which was what Johnny Weismuller said jokingly to a movie magazine when promoting "Tarzan the Ape Man"
Referenced in conversation during interview
Dominance of blood red colour
The huge ocean-liner dwarfing the dockside street as it docks is photographed the same way.
Blonde woman hiding something while surrounded by red
Title mentioned by Bruce Dern during his monologue
As she's about to shoot him, Fatima Blush insists Bond admit that she was his best roll in the hay. Connery responds, "Well, to be perfectly honest, there was this girl in Philadelphia..." In the 1964 Hitchcock film Marnie, Connery played a Philadelphia businessman sexually obsessed with the titular kleptomaniac.
Referred to. Colour still.
Martin Scorsese states that a scene in his film After Hours (1985) was directly modeled after the scene of the character Marnie holding the gun toward the horse in Marnie (1964).
The first shot of Whoopi Goldberg walking and clutching the purse, is exactly like the shot in Hitchcock's Marnie, which is also about a thief.
Reference made to her condsideration for the title role.
The title is mentioned.
Mentioned during 'Psycho Ward Eleven'
Isaac says that a Ouija board was urging him to mix "dominatrix" and "Hitchcock" for his next collection, specifically spelling out this movie as an example
Tippi Hedren, who played Margaret Edgar in "Marnie" plays a a character whose name is also Margaret Edgar
Prologue strongly inspired by
Mentioned by Hitch.
The lead character's mental psychosis is uncovered through hypnosis, where a traumatizing experience is revealed of her mother's deadly encounter with a sailor.
Peter Bogdanovich mentions visiting Hitchcock at the St. Regis Hotel in 1964 when Marnie opened.
One of Winnie Woodpecker's questions in her trivia game askes which color did Marnie disliked.
A jackpot machine is referenced as "Marnie" because it's a "frigid broad".
The shots of Daryl Hannah walking down the hospital corridor with a big purse are right out of the beginning of "Marnie" with Tippi Hedren.
Cover seen next to the DVD-player when Juliet plays wedding-recording at Marks flat.
Poster is visible a couple of times in a video store. Also, Marnie is referenced in the relationship between Federica and her boss (who blackmails her into a relationship after she tries to steal money from his business, much like Mark does to Marnie in 'Marnie')
Shot of Beth Winslet entrance
Spencer's dad mentions the film by name when they're hunting Mr. Yin.
behind the scenes and filming
During the post end credits one of the title cards mentioned that Hitchcock directed six more movies after Psycho.
Reviewed in this episode.
title/theme music discussed
Hitchcock brings the script of Marnie to Grace in the hopes she'll consider starring in it.
DVD on the shelf (Alfred Hitchcock box-set).
mentioned in dialogue
Comix Scrutinizer says that this movie features a rape scene
The movie is part of the discussion.
correct answer in "Cinema Facts" category
Ismaël plays the soundtrack of this film at the piano.
A character mentions to be an Alfred Hitchcock fan, and affirms his daughter is named "Marnie" because of the film
Heard on the television Cathy attempts to watch near the end.
A clip is shown.
Footage from this film is featured in the Documentary "The Trouble With Marnie".
clip shown of Bruce Dern's performance
clip showing a promotional trailer for the movie and a scene in which Marnie reacts to the color red, a reference Busch used for Psycho Beach Party
clips from the trailer
Clips of this film are shown during the interview with Gregg Goldstein about the film career of Sean Connery.
clip shown in trailer
clips from the trailer